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Old 02-06-2007, 7:36 PM
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Kimber Classic II reworked by Chuck Rogers. It now has a Blacken Stainless slide and checked front strap. Custom Desert Ironwood grips with new checkering design.


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Old 02-06-2007, 9:16 PM
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I like small guns, so two of these count for style points alone.



PS I have to learn to use this camera someday.
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Old 02-07-2007, 12:17 AM
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Here are my 2 1911s

Kimber Gold Combat II



Springfield TRP Operator "Short Rail"
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My only handgun at the moment.
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sweet!!! i've been so searching for this in a good price. it's originally what i wanted to get. beauuuutiful!!!

and to think i was about to pay for the supermatch II one time. LOL


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Scheutzen Pistol Works (Safari Arms) 6" chambered in 40 Super.
Serial Number 40SUPER-01. The first and only complete 40 Super pistol they ever made.

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OK!! You know Calguns.net has hit the big time when people like Tony Rumore start posting here! Tony, you should include a link to your website in your signature!

That is one nice pistol - Safari Arms in .40 Super!! Who'da thunk it! VERY cool!

A BIG WELCOME!!

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Kimber 10mm. Still having issues with this one.



Don Williams customized Springfield. Nothing else needs to be said.



PC 945. My fave 1911.

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Old 02-11-2007, 5:48 PM
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My brand new Springfield Pro LR.

I had to sell a rifle to get this. And it hurt. But this pistol was worth the pain and all the nagging from the wife. And it's pretty cool.








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Old 02-11-2007, 5:50 PM
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Two more.





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Wow! Beautiful grips!

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Don Williams customized Springfield. Nothing else needs to be said.
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My brand new Springfield Pro LR.

I had to sell a rifle to get this. And it hurt. But this pistol was worth the pain and all the nagging from the wife. And it's pretty cool.








is that the Lightweight Operator? i thought those were unsafe per DOJ in Kali
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is that the Lightweight Operator? i thought those were unsafe per DOJ in Kali

No, it's a Springfield Professional PC9111LR.

I know what you're thinking, the "Operator" rollmark is in place of the "Professional" rollmark because the light rail was not in the FBI's original contract for the pistol. Therefore the pistol cannot have the "PROFESSIONAL" stamp.
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That operator is FINE !
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Wow! Beautiful grips!
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Hakan made em on ironwood scales I provided
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Old 02-11-2007, 9:58 PM
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Even though I'm complaining about this one in another thread, I'll post the pic.

Colt Series 80 Gold Cup
Kimber Rimfire Target upper in .17 HM2



Purty.

Only goes BANG when it wants to.....
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Old 02-11-2007, 10:07 PM
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Another.

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Colt .22lr Conversion upper. I even have the original box for the upper.



It really deserves a better frame, but that's all I have for now...
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Here are my 2 kimbers. the top one is a classic custom ser 1 and at 130k rounds I sent her to Robar for the roguard treatment, the bottom one is a new BP ten 2. BTW my pics suck!

http://i148.photobucket.com/albums/s...DCAM0015-5.jpg
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Here is my Springfield 9mm/.38 super


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Here are my 2 kimbers. the top one is a classic custom ser 1 and at 130k rounds I sent her to Robar for the roguard treatment, the bottom one is a new BP ten 2. BTW my pics suck!

http://i148.photobucket.com/albums/s...DCAM0015-5.jpg
http://i148.photobucket.com/albums/s...DCAM0016-4.jpg
http://i148.photobucket.com/albums/s...DCAM0017-4.jpg
Good looking guns.
How much maintenance did your Kimber require during the 130k rounds? That's a lot of rounds. I love my Kimbers.
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Old 03-06-2007, 7:12 PM
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here's mine, nothing fancy,



not bad for my first 1911. still havent shot it yet...waiting for my bullets lol.
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ZERO! with the exception of regularly replacing springs as per guidelines and cleaning her nothing broke, nothing wore funny, worked like a friggin rolex, i guess the MIMber is solid huh! and guess what I had 5, count em 5 malfunctions in 130k rds...2 directly attributed to crap mags from a gunshow and 1 due to firing hornady bullseye ammo which is a semi wad cutter after a 1000rd range session without cleaning the day I bought her. at 130k I replaced the barrel to be nice to her and the nowlin produced 5 malfs in 100rds so I swapped the old barrle back and she runs like a friggin rolex again. The nowlin now lives in a caspain I built.
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Here are my 2 kimbers. the top one is a classic custom ser 1 and at 130k rounds I sent her to Robar for the roguard treatment, the bottom one is a new BP ten 2. BTW my pics suck!

http://i148.photobucket.com/albums/s...DCAM0015-5.jpg
http://i148.photobucket.com/albums/s...DCAM0016-4.jpg
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hey that second kimber looks familiar!!! lol!
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ZERO! with the exception of regularly replacing springs as per guidelines and cleaning her nothing broke, nothing wore funny, worked like a friggin rolex, i guess the MIMber is solid huh! and guess what I had 5, count em 5 malfunctions in 130k rds...2 directly attributed to crap mags from a gunshow and 1 due to firing hornady bullseye ammo which is a semi wad cutter after a 1000rd range session without cleaning the day I bought her. at 130k I replaced the barrel to be nice to her and the nowlin produced 5 malfs in 100rds so I swapped the old barrle back and she runs like a friggin rolex again. The nowlin now lives in a caspain I built.
that is outstanding!... thanks for the info...
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ZERO! with the exception of regularly replacing springs as per guidelines and cleaning her nothing broke, nothing wore funny, worked like a friggin rolex.
You mean 'worked like a friggin Omega Speedmaster'.

Rolex movements frequently goof up without regular maintenance by certified magical repair elves.
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That second kimber should look familiar Ghost.
whatever ultra reliable watch or trinket you want to compare it to is fine with me it just dont stop. I WILL be buried with it.
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My one and only 1911. Made in 1913. US NAVY issue.

I'm looking into buying a Springfield TRP when some funds come together.

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She is stunning. There is something about the original lines of an old 1911 that makes me wanna shed a tear. I would be honored if I did an action job on such a beautiful gun.
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That's beautiful.
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Here is a row of .45 magazines that were with the pistol in my grandmothers attic when the pistol was found. Some are vintage 1916-1917 due to them being pinned yet lacking the lanyard loop. others are WW2 era.

edit: oh yeah.... the Ammo in those mags is 50 years old also. hehe.

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Andrew, nice piece of history.

Very cool.
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take a pic of the bottom of one of those rounds if you can, i would like to see that ammo.
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I'll check out the ammo and shoot a photo or two for ya when I go shooting next. Everything is locked away in a nice secure safe at my parents house. I only keep my XD-9mm on hand in case someone decides to come visit me in the middle of the night for a good case of lead poisoning.
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This is my IPSC gun. I am currently shooting Single Stack but will be doing L-10 soon.

Before stock Loaded:



After:



Added:

Brown barrel bushing
S&A Flat MSH magwell
Wilson 23 lb MS with Wilson guts
Falcon Ergo grips
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Wow, there are some neat 1911's here. We need a Parental Bib Advisory Warning at the start of the thread..

Here is a Baer TRS, with its' sidekick S&W 640-1:

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Old 04-01-2007, 7:57 PM
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Just subscribing One of the best picture threads yet.
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